Highlands Motor Inn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Mostly sunny. Morning frost. Light winds. 7am 1.5 degrees feels like -0.7 Cold morning ! Graham didn't go out this morning and has a busy day ahead, lots of office work and he will take the splitters Diesel engine back to Seven Hills. But first he will get the beagle girls up and is making us a nice cup of tea. I had a lovely day with Margaret L, we had her birthday Churros for morning tea, went wandering and window shopping and the needed to her place. ...
... selfie" photos and family group photos, whilst missing the whole point of being in front of this majestic view of nature. A really horrible experience, only equalled by visiting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre. We had a little time to kill before we had to book in to our Katoomba camp site, so went to look at the weirdly named "Gouvert's leep" which is viewing area and walk around a smaller waterfall in the area. And so to bed said ...
Partly cloudy. Winds southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h becoming light in the morning. 6.30am 9 egrets feels like 6.8 It's dark ... Graham is up at Olympian Rock this morning. 6.50am the beagle girls are up, blinds are open, fire is ticking away and I have a nice cup of tea. 6.55am Graham messages that the new bridge near Olympian Rock is finally open :) This morning I dropped the pink number plates to ...
... weak Semillon. Their spicy Shiraz is the best in hunter valley, they say and it's served with a not so boutique Woolworth's mud cake. There's a Tennyson, King Arthur theme at Ivanhoe wines and a boring tour through our least favourite samples of the day. The wine at Waverley Estate made up for another disinterested host before we finished the day on a high at Peacock - a Micro Boutique Winery. We discovered desert wine in what was essentially the companies office and were ...
... I don't know why, but I get ever so excited when I see a shop full of sweets in jars) I kept it together though as it was a tad pricey and I knew what I was looking for and out of the corner of my eye I spotted it! UK produced confectionary products, in my opinion a Godly light should have burst through the ceiling at that moment and shone brightly onto the wonders below accompanied by the singing of angels, but no I just went over and almost cried with joy. Alas I could only afford ...